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Day

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Richard H., U.S. physician, 1813-1892. See: Day test.

Day

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Richard L., U.S. pediatrician, 1905-1989. See: Riley-Day syndrome.

DAy

Doctor of Ayurvedic Medicine.

day

Vox populi A 24-hr period. See NDA day, Personal day, Unhealthful day, Unhealthy day.

DAy,

n doctor of Ayurvedic medicine.

Patient discussion about DAy

Q. Do you have ADHD from the day you are born? If so, what is the minimum age to test for ADHD?

A. yup, you have ADHD the day you are born. you can do a diagnose from the age of 5-6. but it's not an easy diagnosis and it needs a team of professionals to do it.

Q. why do Alternativ treatments are so popular now days?

A. In many chronic problems, mainly pain syndromes, the solutions the conventional medicine offers are not satisfying, so people turn to alternative medicine in search of a remedy. "Natural" products are considered safe compared to the "chemicals" of the conventional medications. Sometimes the alternative therapist is regarding the patient in a more holistic and empathic way than a conventional (usually over-worked) doctor. Many people try alt medicine as "if it won't work, it will do no harm" etc.

Q. how many calories should i eat per day i weigh 220 and am 5 feet 1 inch how many calories should i eat per day

A. if your aim is to loose weight, here is a site with a calorie calculator-
http://walking.about.com/cs/calories/l/blcalcalc.htm

and here some advises on what to eat as a diabetic-
http://www.lifeclinic.com/focus/Diabetes/diet.asp

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References in classic literature ?
I shall be excused for leaving at daybreak, for I was ashamed.
cried Athos, whose vision was still rather obscured by the uncertain shades and demi-tints of daybreak.
They were obliged to keep concealed all day in the woody margins of the rivers, setting their traps after nightfall and taking them up before daybreak.
At daybreak D'Artagnan, who had wandered about the lower hall, biting his fingers to stifle his sighs - D'Artagnan went up once more; and watching the moments when Grimaud turned his head towards him, he made him a sign to come to him, which the faithful servant obeyed without making more noise than a shadow.
At daybreak on the seventeenth, a French officer who had come with a flag of truce, demanding an audience with the Russian Emperor, was brought into Wischau from our outposts.
If we start at midnight," replied the Nome King, "we shall arrive at the Emerald City by daybreak.
But it was now growing dark, so he decided to camp for the night by the roadside and to resume the journey next morning by daybreak.
Had it not been for an incident which now befell, the baronial army would doubtless have reached the city without being detected, but it happened that the evening before Henry had ordered a foraging party to ride forth at daybreak, as provisions for both men and beasts were low.
The most furious had come to the Buytenhof at daybreak, to secure a better place; but he, outdoing even them, had passed the night at the threshold of the prison, from whence, as we have already said, he had advanced to the very foremost rank, unguibus et rostro, -- that is to say, coaxing some, and kicking the others.
As the country swarmed with hostile Indians, I traveled by night and concealed myself as best I could before daybreak.
But I returned before daybreak and went to the rear of the house, purposing to enter by a door with which I had secretly so tampered that it would seem to lock, yet not actually fasten.
Then" said Ozma, "we will arrange to start for the Kingdom of the Nomes at daybreak tomorrow.